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Meet the World: Introducing the UK (Exploring the Basics of Blockchain)
Tuesday 04 05 2021 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 amFree
About this Event
Smart connected supply chains for healthcare (from Covid19 and traditional meds / devices / implants to Homecare and ATMP’s) are going to be foundational to the optimal personalisation of care pathways for all patients. In this session, Raja Sharif and Peter Bryant will explain how their Hataali solution will be a key enabler of bringing new advance therapy medicinal products to an out-patient setting, rather than making patients travel huge distances to a handful of national treatment centres. Hataali will also bridge across conventional therapeutics and into homecare services to optimise and automate current manual processes.
After a demonstration of their ATMP solution, Raja and Peter will be available for an interactive Q&A.
- Decision makers and service commissioners in Health & Social Care, particularly Trust and community nursing
- Researchers in digital health
- Therapy manufacturers
- Pharma and healthcare wholesalers and logistics companies
The Meet the World Online Series aims to facilitate discussion about eHealth solutions across continents. These taster sessions are opportunities to meet organisations and businesses around the globe to explore how technology can improve health and wellbeing. The event series is suitable for: health and care professionals, SMEs, local council, academics, commissioners, patient representative groups and more.
Delivered by EPIC, The Meet the World series of events are fully-funded webinars. Funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), EPIC is a £4 million project led by the University of Plymouth’s Centre for Health Technology. EPIC provides sector-specific support for local businesses in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly to develop new eHealth products and services that will not only create new jobs and support the local economy, but create truly useful innovations to improve quality of life and boost wellbeing for many.
By registering for this fully-funded webinar event you are agreeing to your registration data being stored with EPIC, the University of Plymouth and the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG).
Please tick when registering if you are happy for your data to be shared with: Najib Rehman and Peter Bryant.